Noblis Targets Federal Market With RunSituationalAnalysis Offering
Noblis, Inc. has unveiled its RunSituationalAnalysis solution, designed to drive efficiencies and automate data gathering to help analysts deliver faster intelligence and help agencies make smarter decisions. This is the fourth offering launched within the Run solutions suite which helps customers employ automation and analytics to streamline complex workflows, improve decision making and achieve broader IT modernization goals, Nobilis said Tuesday.
In a statement, Mile Corrigan, senior vice president at Noblis’ Federal Civil Solutions, said that identifying and staying ahead of potential threats is a big challenge for any federal agency. Without tools to automate the often tedious process, analysts could end up spending most of their time sifting through data from multiple, disparate sources before they can begin the assessment phase, he added.
The executive explained that Noblis’ RunSituationalAnalysis offering automates the process of sifting through multiple sources to deliver relevant data quickly and according to unique agency and mission needs.
Corrigan said that RunSituationalAnalysis is built on decades of intelligence experience. It can be configured for use by an agency, office, department or individual.
First among the product’s capability areas is data collection. It automates and targets publicly available information and quickly aggregates data sources, bringing data together with consolidated sources and queries.
The product is also able to contextualize. It uncovers and identifies relevant information through a combination of natural language processing and threat targeting.
Lastly, the product is able to connect the data it obtains with other relevant information. It illuminates data connections and presents data relationships for faster, more accurate results, analysis and decision making, Noblis said.
Category: Digital Modernization
Tags: automation data gathering digital modernization Mile Corrigan Noblis RunSituationalAnalysis